Regular English Lessons
Greeting and General Things: 25 Units:
Samples:
1. Greeting – Basic
2. Greeting Someone you Know
3. Greeting – Example Conversations
4. Greeting – Interactive Practice
5. Bored – General Phrases

Greeting and General Things II: 29 Units
Samples:
1. Small Talk
2. Small Talk – Two Example Dialogs
3. Small Talk – Interactive Practice
4. Movies – Asking Friend
5. Movies – Example Conversation

College Related Topics: 18 Units
Samples:
1. University Life – Meeting New Students
2. University Life – Questions and Answers
3. University Life – More Q and As
4. University Life – Interactive Practice
5. University Classes

College Related Topics II: 20 Units
Samples:
1. Fraternity and Sorority – Explanation
2. Fraternity and Sorority – General
3. Fraternity and Sorority – Joining
4. Fraternity and Sorority – Interview Questions
5. Fraternity and Sorority – Interactive Practice

Health – Dating – Marriage: 19 Units
Samples:
1. Health
2. Health – Family
3. Health – Interactive Practice
4. Body Parts
5. Body Parts – Leg and Head Area

Health – Dating – Marriage II: 20 Units
Samples:
1. Engagement
2. Engagement – Proposing
3. Engagement – Best man and Maid of honor
4. Engagement – Interactive Practice
5. Marriage – Getting a Church

Guys – Girls – and Sports: 22 Units
Samples:
1. Sports in General
2. Sports in General – Volleyball
3. Sports in General – Soccer
4. Sports in General – Swimming
5. Sports in General – Softball

Guys – Girls – and Sports II: 23 Units
Samples:
1. Golf – Terminologies
2. Golf – Talking on the Course
3. Golf – Talking to Friends
4. Golf – Interactive Practice
5. Poker – Terminologies

Feelings and Emotions: 22 Units
Samples:
1. Happy and Feeling Good
2. Happy and Feeling Good – Questions
3. Happy and Feeling Good – Other Sentences
4. Happy and Feeling Good – Interactive Practice
5. Anger

Feelings and Emotions II: 27 Units
Samples:
1. Sad or Depressed
2. Sad or Depressed – Reactions
3. Sad or Depressed – Situational Depression
4. Sad or Depressed – Doctor and Friend
5. Sad or Depressed – Interactive Practice

Family – Children – Friends: 28 Units
Samples:
1. Eating Together
2. Cooking Together
3. Eating and Clean Up
4. Grocery Shopping
5. Planning

Family – Children – Friends II: 26 Units
Samples:
1. Dental Care
2. Dentist Check Ups
3. Problems with your teeth
4. Pediatric Care
5. Appointment

Overview:
Greeting – Basic
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There are many ways to greet someone. We’ll learn about the most common way to greet someone in this lesson. I’ll give a variety of example sentences.

Greeting someone you never met:
“Hi, my name is Steve. It’s nice to meet you.”
You can respond to this by saying,
“It’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m Jack.”

Another common question to ask is

“What do you do for a living?”

You can respond to this by saying,

“I work at a restaurant.”
“I work at a bank.”
“I work in a software company.”
“I’m a dentist.”

Usually, you will not need to ask for a name. It is implied that each person should say their name. But in case they don’t, you can ask,

“What is your name?”

Many times, I don’t hear the name. If you would like for them to repeat their name, you can say,

“What was that again?”
“Excuse me?”
“Pardon me?”